Market HIGHLIGHTS: Sensex ends 443 pts up from day’s low, Nifty above 11,900 post RBI MPC; ICICI Bank jumps 4%

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Share Market News Today | Sensex, Nifty, Share Prices HIGHLIGHTS: Domestic equity market benchmarks BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 ended nearly one per cent higher in Friday's session. ICICI Bank was top Sensex gainer

Share Market Today, Share Market LiveNifty PSU Bank index jumped over 3 per cent, followed by Nifty Financial Services and Nifty IT indices

Share Market News Today | Sensex, Nifty, Share Prices HIGHLIGHTS: Domestic equity market benchmarks BSE Sensex and Nifty 50 ended higher for the seventh consecutive session on Friday after RBI MPC kept interest rates unchanged at 4 per cent. The S&P BSE Sensex jumped 327 points, or 0.81 per cent to settle at 40,509 while the broader Nifty 50 index ended at 11,914, up 80 points, or 0.67 per cent. Banks led the Sensex gainers today with ICICI Bank shares gaining the most. Axis Bank, State Bank of India, HDFC Bank, L&T, ONGC and IndusInd Bank were among other gainers. On the flip side, Sun Pharma, Asian Paint, Nestle India, UltraTech Cement, Tata Steel were top Sensex laggards. The trend among the sectoral indices was mixed. Nifty PSU Bank index jumped over 3 per cent, followed by Nifty Financial Services and Nifty IT indices. On the contrary, the Nifty Pharma index lost the most in today’s session.

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    16:12 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Vedanta delisting update: Promoters get minimum shares required, but bids way above floor price

    On the final day of the reverse book building process, Anil Agarwal’s Vedanta Group received bids for  137.46 crores shares at various prices as the mining major looked to go off the bourses. The promoters needed public shareholders to tender around 134 crore shares for the success of the delisting process. However, the majority of the shares were tendered between the price range of Rs 140-150 per share, Yash Gupta, Equity Research Associate, Angel Broking told Financial Express Online. This is higher than the floor price of Rs 87.25 per share that Vedanta has set. Shares of the mining major ended Friday’s trading session at Rs 122 apiece, surging over 3%.

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    15:54 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Nifty 50 looks to scale up towards 12050-12150 in short term

    On the weekly chart, Nifty has formed strong Marubozu bullish candle and managed to cross Previous swing high of August 2020 on a closing basis, Nifty is trading above all its important moving averages indicating positive bias. Now if Nifty continues to sustain above 11880 it could scale up towards 12050-12150 in short term, however, on the downside, 11800 -11720 is likely to act as good support in minor corrective action. The Weekly/Daily strength indicator RSI and momentum oscillator Stochastic have both turned positive and are above their respective reference lines indicating positive bias. We expect for the month of October Nifty may trade in a range of 11600-12400. Nifty continues to remain in an uptrend in the medium and long term, so buying on dips continues to be our preferred strategy: Rajesh Palviya, Head Technical & Derivatives, Axis Securities

    15:44 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Look for market correction for further buying

    The BSE-30 Index gained 4.4% in the current week aided by positive global markets. The market witnessed a sharp rally as sentiments improved on declining number of active Covid-19 cases in India, expectations of a good festive season and hopes of US fiscal stimulus. FPIs bought equities worth US$548 mn over the past five trading sessions while DIIs sold US$255 mn worth of equities in the same period. TCS reported good set of numbers and shared positive outlook for the IT sector. As a result, most IT stocks rallied. Our advice to investors would be to invest in good quality stocks and aim for wealth creation through staying invested for the long term. Look for market correction for further buying: Sanjeev Zarbade, VP PCG Research, Kotak Securities

    15:40 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Closing bell: Sensex, Nifty ends up for 7th straight day

    The S&P BSE Sensex jumped 327 points, or 0.81 per cent to settle at 40,509 while the broader Nifty 50 index ended at 11,914, up 80 points, or 0.67 per cent.

    15:38 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    12200-12300 is a potential target which the index is capable of achieving

    The markets maintained an upward trajectory shortly after its tepid opening. We are entering into the weekend with a strong closing where the Nifty is not very far from the 12000 price mark! 12200-12300 is a potential target which the index is capable of achieving during the course of this month. 11400 is a good support level: Manish Hathiramani, proprietary index trader and technical analyst, Deen Dayal Investments

    15:17 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Analyst's view on Vedanta delisting

    As per the latest data available at exchanges, total 127.86 crores shares have been offered at different prices, with maximum bids happening in between ₹145 - ₹160 as compared to floor price of ₹87.25. We expect that the discovered price may end up being much higher than the floor price and there could be a possibility of the promoters coming out with a counter offer. Currently the promoters own 50.14% of the shares in the company and will need to increase their holdings to at least 90% for successful delisting. The Reverse Book building process for price discovery is currently under progress and today is the last day for bidding. We believe that It would be prudent for retail shareholders to participate in the Reverse book building process: Yash Gupta, Equity Research Associate, Angel Broking Ltd

    15:15 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    The priority is surely supporting the revival of the economy

    This accommodative stance will continue till there is enough evidence of sustainable recovery in the economy. With already large liquidity being evident in the system, the further rate cut will depend on how quickly the inflation is coming down. Otherwise, there seems to be room for a few more bps rate cuts. But let us leave that for the future and see the impact of current measures: Krupesh Thakkar, CFA, HoD Financial Markets, ITM B-School, Navi Mumbai

    15:09 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Share market volatility on cards; use correction for lumpsum investment in these sectors | Interview

    Indian stock market witnessed a healthy recovery from March lows on the back of strong global liquidity, economic indicators and better than expected Q1 FY21 earnings, said Reshma Banda, Head–Equity & Senior Vice President, Investments, Bajaj Allianz Life. In an interview with Surbhi Jain of Financial Express Online, Banda says that there is a possibility of some volatility or muted returns in the short-term going ahead. Banda sees the IT sector as better placed in the current environment as due to coronavirus-led work from home culture, the IT sector has not been negatively impacted so far. She also advises investors to continue to systematically invest in equities.

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    14:56 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Grey market signals premium listing for Mazagon Dock, discount for UTI AMC; check listing day strategy

    The recently concluded IPOs of UTI AMC and Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders are scheduled to list on stock exchanges on Monday, October 12, 2020. The basis of initial public offer (IPO) allotment has been finalised in both UTI AMC and Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders. Ahead of stock market debut on Monday, Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders shares were trading at a premium of about Rs 106 over IPO price in the unlisted market today. The state-owned company had fixed the price band of the issue at Rs 135-145 per share.

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    14:44 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Nifty50 doesn't seem to close much above 11900

    The markets are expected to stay range-bound. NIFTY is trading at/near 11900; the zone of 11900-11950 is an area of stiff resistance. The weekly Options figures suggest that the strike of 12000 holds the maximum OI and this might act as a resistance point. So far as closing levels are concerned, I do not expect to close much above 11900. On the lower side, for the immediate short term, the zone of 11780-11800 is a support, which, if taken out, can cause incremental weakness in the event of any corrective move: Milan Vaishnav, CMT, MSTA, Consulting Technical Analyst, Gemstone Equity Research & Advisory Services

    14:33 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    IPO stocks tank after bumper listing; Should you now buy Happiest Minds, Chemcon, other such shares?

    Stock markets have so far seen 5 new debutants enter the primary market since the beginning of September and are eagerly waiting for three fresh listings in the coming week. However, of these five, only one stock is currently trading at premium to its listing price. This is despite four of these five stocks witnessing a bumper listing. Rossari Biotech, the stock that was the first stock market debutant this fiscal and is still at a premium to its listing price. On the other hand, Happiest Minds is at a discount to its listing price, so is Chemcon Speciality Chemicals, CAMS, and Angel Broking.

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    14:24 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Markets will gather confidence from RBI’s decision to retain accommodative stance

    The markets will however gather a lot of confidence from the RBI’s decision to retain the accommodative stance at least through the end of FY2021 and into FY2022. MPC’s decision to look through the current inflation as transient and address the more urgent need to revive growth and mitigate the impact of Covid should also aid market sentiments. MPC’s release of its growth and inflation projections should give more clarity about policymaking. While a rate cut in the December policy remains unlikely given that inflation is likely to remain high, rate cut in the February 2021 policy would remain contingent on how inflation evolves towards the end of the year and whether the incipient growth impulses peter out after the festive season: Suvodeep Rakshit, Vice President & Senior Economist at Kotak Institutional Equities

    14:16 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Expect corrective leg towards 72.75 zone in USD-INR spot

    The RBI policy was a credit push policy, something that rejoiced the bond market. The decision of holding a status quo as inflation is high and maintaining the accommodative stance was in line with expectations. Governor Das asked to 'look through inflation' and the central bank expects inflation to ease substantially, so we cannot rule out another rate cut this FY21 to combat the coronavirus led contraction in growth. The policy outcome had a knee-jerk reaction on USDINR spot and dropped close to the strand support zone of 73. With the optimism over US fiscal stimulus deal, we expect a corrective leg towards 72.75 zone in USDINR spot. However, the downside is limited as we get close to the US elections. So for next week, we expect USDINR spot to trade within 72.75-73.50 levels: Rahul Gupta, Head of Research- Currency, Emkay Global Financial Services

    14:13 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Sensex, Nifty off day's highs, still trade in green

    BSE Sensex was trading 194 points or 0.48 per cent higher at 40,376, while the Nifty 50 index was ruling at 11,887, up 43 points or 0.36 per cent.

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    13:37 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    MPC has now reached as far as it could in terms of accommodating the inflationary environment

    As far as the agriculture sector is concerned, it is safe to assume that it wouldn’t negatively impact given that they have access to subsidized credit from NABARD and food inflation is running high. We expect agriculture production to remain robust to feed the demand. What may now be required is a fiscal stimulus is to provide relief to the tax-paying class. The MPC has probably now reached as far as it could in terms of accommodating the inflationary environment: Sanjay Kumar, CEO & MD, Elior India

    13:17 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    RBI takes significant steps to ensure liquidity?

    "The RBI monetary policy announced today has been a significant step taken to ensure liquidity in the financial markets and also the availability of debt to specific sectors. Regulatory measures such as tweaks on risk weights for home loans aligning it to only the LTV’s, increase of exposure limits to individual retail and small business loans and extension of co-origination models to cover all NBFCs and HFCs will help the sector. In recognition of the role of the real estate sector in generating employment and economic activity, it has been rightly decided to rationalise the risk weights and link them to loan-to-value (LTV) ratios only for all new housing loans sanctioned up to March 31, 2022. The Monetary Policy announcement is overall a positive, growth oriented and will give further momentum to GDP growth," said Siddhartha Mohanty, MD & CEO of LIC HFL.

    13:13 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    GDP outlook and liquidity measures announced cheered D-Street

    "The RBI MPC has continued its accommodative stance and maintained status quo on repo rates. The outcome was as per expectations but it was the good commentary on GDP outlook and the liquidity measures announced that cheered D-Street. Real estate, the largest share in terms of gross domestic wealth is expected to benefit the most as the RBI has allowed flexibility in home loans which will give more freedom to HFCs to lend aggressively which will also mean reduced rates for home buyers as the competition to lend intensifies," said Jimeet Modi, Founder & CEO Samco Group.

    13:00 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Q2FY21 Preview: Volume likely to improve; cost saving to help margin improvement

    We expect aggregate sales volume of our coverage universe to improve 3.4% yoy on a better demand scenario in the North, Central and East regions. Our channel checks had indicated demand improvement in these regions in July and September.

    Our top pick remains UltraTech followed by Birla Corporation, JK Cement and JK Lakshmi Cement. In our sector EAP, we are OW on ACC, Ambuja, UltraTech, JK Cement, JK Lakshmi and Birla Corp., while EW on Shree Cement and Ramco Cements, and UW on Grasim Industries.

    ~ Emkay Global

    12:59 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Bandhan Bank shares up 29% in 10 days; CLSA initiates coverage with buy rating, sees 27% upside

    Private sector lender Bandhan Bank has seen its share jump 27% in the last 11 days of trading. On Friday the shares of the bank were continuing to tread on the same path, moving up over 2% to trade at Rs 326 per share. With this global brokerage and research firm, CLSA has initiated coverage of the bank with a ‘Buy’ rating and a target price of Rs 400 apiece based on 2.9x Sep-22CL book value. In a recent report, CLSA said that Bandhan Bank is a unique Indian financial services play that focuses on underpenetrated products like microfinance, affordable housing and MSMEs, primarily in underpenetrated geographies.

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    12:36 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    A quick guide to safeguard financial future amid COVID-19 pandemic; investors must rebalance portfolio

    Current times are certainly abnormal as we are amidst a black swan pandemic. One could look at historical archives for an effective strategy to safeguard the financial future. Some investors believe that this is the “END OF THE WORLD”, but a few others prefer to be more realistic and respond with “THIS TOO SHALL PASS”. Markets are made up of 2 emotions, Greed and Fear; and an investor needs to strike a balance between the two. This however is easier said than done during times like these: Read full story

    12:34 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Indian Real estate seeing a good revival with a slew of measures

    Indian Real estate is seeing a good revival with a slew of measures like reduced stamp duty and ongoing developer discounts, the Apex bank decision to keep the Repo Rate unchanged at 4% is a welcome move which reflects its accommodative stance understanding the present economic conditions following the pandemic. With the timely reduction of stamp duty rates by the state government, with home loans available for as low as 6.9% we will surely see an upsurge in sales in the upcoming quarter for real estate: Manju Yagnik, Vice Chairperson, Nahar Group and Vice President NAREDCO (Maharashtra)

    12:33 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Rationalisation of risk weights for new housing loans to provide much-needed boost to home buyers

    The real estate sector was expecting a rate cut which would give further impetus to demand and induce liquidity in the market. However, the RBI has reiterated its decision to keep the repo rate unchanged to achieve sustainable growth of the economy and its determination for control over inflation. The central bank will be rationalising risk weights for all new housing loans till March 31, 2022 and extending scheme for co-lending to all non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and housing finance companies (HFCs) this will provide the much-needed boost and encouragement to home buyers. With the forthcoming festive season in the country, this move would make REALTY - A reality for the fence-sitters who have been eagerly waiting for the boost and encouragement to buy a home: Ram Raheja - Director, S Raheja Realty

    11:52 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Real estate sector needs further ease in policy rates

    The status quo by the MPC on the repo rate front was on expected lines, and the unchanged 'Accommodative' policy stance indicates further easing. The linking of the risk weight of home loans to LTV for all new housing loans is a step in the right direction; this will benefit the real estate sector. The real estate sector needs further ease in policy rates, a cut in interest rates is a direct stimulus for homebuyers as it reduces the overall cost of buying a real estate unit; the same is evident in the September sales data which saw a spike post the Maharashtra government reduced the stamp duty rates: Krish Raveshia, CEO, Azlo Realty

    11:42 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Announcement on liquidity measures will help businesses looking at raising funds at a lower cost

    The move by the central bank to keep rates unchanged is on expected lines as inflation has stayed above the mandated level of 6% for quite a few months now. Going forward the Accommodative policy stance indicates their willingness to act on rates but that may not happen soon enough as the supply side inflation may take some time to ease. Announcement on liquidity measures will help businesses looking at raising funds at a lower cost, allowing banks to lend more retail and home loans by easing norms is a step in the right direction, this allows banks to lend more and help home loan borrowers. Going forward, the expectation of RBI of GDP growth from current contraction is positive, help boost sentiment. Good monsoon, favorable high-frequency indicators, pent-up demand, and the upcoming festive season set the stage for an economic recovery: Nish Bhatt, Founder & CEO, Millwood Kane International

    11:31 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Extremely dovish policy by MPC, big positive for bank, NBFC in specific

    We will continue to maintain positive stance on Banking and NBFC sector and prefer HDFC Bank (best placed on growth as well as overhang of management change will be behind us), ICICI Bank & Indusind Bank (valuation pick along with better operating income growth), SBI (management change overhang will be behind us), DCB Bank ( almost all clients will get benefits of Govt relaxation), IDFC First Bank (positive earning movement due to restructuring of balance sheet), and Equitas (growth is returning back and all clients will get benefits of Govt relaxation: Asutosh Mishra, Head of Research, Ashika Institutional Equity

    11:24 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Rationalisation of risk weights to all new housing loans would give a fillip to housing loan growth

    Further measures like rationalisation of risk weights to all new housing loans until March 2022 would give a fillip to housing loan growth. The RBI has also extended the scheme for co-lending to all NBFCs and HFCs which will ease credit availability for the real estate sector. Broadly these are positive and welcome steps by the RBI: Shishir Baijal, Chairman & Managing Director, Knight Frank India

    11:24 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Optimist outlook by RBI signals strong improvement for the real estate sector in future

    Today’s announcement by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to maintain status quo was on expected lines, especially as inflation rates have remained higher than RBI’s target levels. There is optimism in the governor’s statement who is expecting a revival of the Indian economy earlier than expected by most. We echo the RBI sentiments of an early and measured recovery of the economy. The growth in the economy has also been reflected in the real estate activities of the last quarter where both residential as well as commercial markets have seen a sharp increase in activities: Shishir Baijal, Chairman & Managing Director, Knight Frank India

    11:21 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    The continuing reliefs by RBI will certainly ease short term liquidity pressures

    For the first time since COVID, the Governor’s statement has a sense of tides turning. While the real impact is yet to be seen, the “on tap” TLTRO and easing of contraction in certain sectors seem to indicate “winds of change”. RBI has been proactive in meeting the demands of the economy. While the interest moratorium saga continues to play out in the courts, the continuing reliefs by RBI will certainly ease short term liquidity pressures: Veena Sivaramakrishnan, Partner, Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

    11:15 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Positioning of portfolios should continue on same lines with an accent on short, mid sector

    The reports which had come up last June that the rate cut cycle is coming to an end may gain more prominence now. In our view, it is not the rate cuts but the liquidity provision that matters today, when the market rates on short term bank and corporate papers have touched low single digits. The positioning of portfolios should continue on the same lines with an accent on the short and mid sector. The expected GDP contraction for FY 21 is placed at 9.50%, which is also quite close to most of the market estimates, with the Q4 number must likely turning positive number: Joseph Thomas, Head of Research - Emkay Wealth Management

    11:14 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    RBI policy is on expected lines

    The RBI policy is on expected lines, as it keeps the base rate unchanged and the policy stance accommodative. The probability of RBI cutting rates in the near future remains quite low in view of the higher inflationary pressures. RBI views the current spike in prices a "transient hump", as price level may moderate in Q4. But, with a huge government borrowing program ahead, the RBI will continue with the liquidity support. It is actually the liquidity that has been helping both the debt and the equity markets. There is always a constituency of market participants who want rate cuts. They will be certainly disappointed: Joseph Thomas, Head of Research - Emkay Wealth Management

    11:12 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    We see possibility of further scope of 25-50 bps cut in repo rates

    RBI’s status quo on rates was along expected lines, given the elevated inflation. But the MPC clearly delivered accommodative moves through non-interest rate tools. As an endeavour to lower the yields in bond markets, the central bank announced to expand weekly OMO purchases, include State Development Loans as part of its purchases and TLTRO of Rs1 trillion. We believe, over time, Gsec 10-year yield will drop closer to 5%. Rationalization of risk weights on Individual housing loans, now linked only to LTVs, for all new HL sanctioned till March 2022, is a positive for banks. But HFC not mentioned may be a near-term dampener for housing finance stocks. We see possibility of further scope of 25-50 basis points cut in Repo policy rates: Amar Ambani, Senior President & Institutional Research Head, YES Securities

    10:53 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Lakshmi Vilas Bank shares zoom 16% on getting non-binding offer from Clix group; rallies 100% since March

    Lakshmi Vilas Bank share price zoomed 16 per cent to Rs 20.30 apiece on BSE, a day after the bank informed that it has received an indicative non-binding offer from Clix Group. With today’s gain in stock price, Lakshmi Vilas Bank has rallied nearly 100 per cent from March lows. As per the offer, the private equity firm comprising Clix Capital Services Private Limited, Clix Finance India Private Limited and Clix Housing Finance Private Limited would be amalgamated with Lakshmi Vilas Bank.

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    10:45 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Any further rate cut would have added to the positive sentiment

    Any further rate cut at this point of time would have definitely added to the positive sentiment, however, at the same time, it is imperative for banks to reduce lending rates as this is the need of the hour to further see a boost in the real estate sector. As the Covid 19 situation has altered our way of living, this festive season is opportune for investors to look at Goa seriously for a second-home investment and destination for luxury homes. As a premium real estate developer and catering to the elite segment, we remain optimistic for this season too. We have already witnessed an increase in the number of enquiries for our luxury villas and properties in Goa that offer safety, privacy and luxury, all in one space: Lincoln Bennet Rodrigues, Founder and Chairman, Bennet & Bernard Group

    10:21 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    RBI enhances special OMO auction limit to Rs 20,000 crore

    RBI enhanced special OMO auction limit to Rs 20,000 crore. The special OMO auctions will take place next week

    10:17 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Stock markets hunt a seven day gaining streak; long term trend bullish but is correction on cards?

    Nifty 50 was again hovering around the 11,850 mark on Friday’s opening bell after having surged past the 11,900 levels during yesterday’s trade. The benchmark index is sitting at these levels for the first time since February 24 after a six day rally that has taken it up from 11,222 levels. However, the recent rally does bring in the fear of a correction in the short-term. Analysts believe that the index is exhibiting bullish signals that could take it past the 12,000 mark but are also keeping an eye out for profit booking at the highs.

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    10:16 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Indian economy entering into a decisive phase to fight against coronavirus: Shaktikanta Das

    RBI keeps benchmark lending rate unchanged at 4 per cent. RBI to maintain an accommodative monetary policy stance to support growth. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das said that Indian economy is entering into a decisive phase in the fight against coronavirus

    10:09 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    RBI MPC keep rep rate unchanged

    MPC voted unanimously to leave repo rate unchanged at 4%

    09:56 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    Market direction still remains on bullish side

    The markets have taken a bit of a breather this morning where it's movements seem tepid. This is acceptable considering the rally we have had in the last couple of sessions. It can also be attributed to the approaching weekend. The direction still remains on the bullish side and we can utilise these drops to accumulate long positions. The target for the Nifty should be 12200-12300 with strong support at the 11400 level: Manish Hathiramani, proprietary index trader and technical analyst, Deen Dayal Investments

    09:39 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    'Lower for longer' or 'whatever it takes' kind of an approach would be positive for equities, rupee

    A "lower for longer" or "whatever it takes" kind of an approach would be positive for bond markets, equities and Rupee. We do not see the RBI policy causing the Rupee to break it's 72.90-73.90 trading range. 11600 would be a strong support for the Nifty now. 10y benchmark bond yield has been in the 5.90-6.10% band and we expect the range to hold: Abhishek Goenka, Founder and CEO, IFA Global

    09:38 (IST)09 Oct 2020
    RBI monetary policy decision due today

    The RBI monetary policy is due today. It is the first policy for the three newly nominated independent members. The RBI is expected to keep rates on hold. Focus will be on its inflation projections i.e. how long it sees the current elevated levels persisting and what level it sees inflation moderating to over the next couple of quarters: Abhishek Goenka, Founder and CEO, IFA Global

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